National Sorry Day 26 May

We Are Sorry. 26 May is National Sorry Day National Sorry Day was originally established in 1998. The purpose of the day is to recognise the damage to Indigenous Australians and their culture that was caused by the government and religious institutions since the European settlement of Australia, particularly in regards to the “Stolen Generation”. Continue Reading

International Day of Living Together in Peace – 16 May

“Living together in peace is all about accepting differences and having the ability to listen to, recognize, respect and appreciate others, as well as living in a peaceful and united way.” Visit our library for related books and materials:  

World Bee Day

20 May – World Bee Day ”For centuries bees, busy as they are known to be, have benefited people, plants and the planet. But did you know that bees are not the only ones that sustain life on earth? By carrying pollen from one flower to another, bees, butterflies, birds, bats and other pollinators facilitate Continue Reading